User panel stuff on forum
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QW.nu polls
2011-09-28, 09:02
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This time we don't ask for your display type (that has been answered for example here), but simply for the screen refresh rate (vertical scan rate).

Poll link

Note: Just to make sure, refresh rate is not the frames per second (FPS) rate.
2011-09-28, 14:37
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Your refresh rate is written at the top when you load ezquake. You can also type vid_displayfrequency (enter) to see what value is set.
2011-09-28, 14:48
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The probably most accurate way is to look it up in your OSD Info box on your monitor, if you have that.
2011-09-29, 13:24
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I voted "I don't know" because I honestly don't know... If I had a 120hz LCD monitor like I want, then I would know. But I probably have like 75hz on my LCD
2011-09-29, 22:04
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1920x1080 120hz 2ms
Amd Phenom II x4 955 Black Edition 3.2GHz : Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB DDR3 1600MHz : MSI GeForce N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II 1GB : benQ XL2410T LED 23.6" 1920x1080 120hz 2ms : Microsoft Explorer 3
2011-09-30, 00:17
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Phil: open up quake and see?
2011-10-07, 09:25
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640x480@163Hz :-P
2011-10-14, 19:25
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800x600@85hz
i grew up doin dumb shit that made me wise
coulda died ten times that made me live
2011-10-22, 10:06
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640x480@200Hz
2011-10-22, 10:29
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The same - so it must be Iiyama Vision Master
2011-10-22, 14:17
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sure is
2011-11-13, 19:16
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i have a vision master up for sale if someones interested
2016-06-09, 07:46
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64Hz
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